During the calvin cycle of photosynthesis (the dark reactions), plant cells make what type of macromolecules?


The light reactions produce ATP and NADPH in the thylakoids of chloroplasts. These products are released into the stroma of the chloroplast. Here, the Calvin cycle can take off, using carbon dioxide from the air to create sugars.

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